The first residence to receive a platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes program, this two-story, 2,500-square-foot home is composed of 11 modules that were crafted in a factory and constructed on site in just eight hours. Photo courtesy LivingHomes

LivingHome Features A Modular System

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor Steve Glenn founded LivingHomes with one goal in mind. He wanted to construct
Julie Edelson Schleichkorn and Francesca Guagliano.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Palisadian-Influenced Love2Organize Is Here to Help

By Laurie Rosenthal Staff Writer When Julie Edelson Schleichkorn and Francesca Guagliano met three years ago at a local
Alex Dale
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

PaliHi Bandleader Alex Dale Reflects on Year One

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer As a Palisades High School student, Alex Dale won the John Philip Sousa Band Award. “It
Bob Vickrey and Arnie Wishnick visit The Lobster in Santa Monica. Photo: Barry Stein

Palisades Lunch Club Visits The Lobster: A 94-Year Landmark and Counting

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News It may not look like the “Seafood Shack” of old, but the latest version
Different home radon detection kits are available to consumers.

Radon Gas: Problem for Palisades Homeowners

By Anthony Marguleas Special to the Palisades News The recent trend of adding basements in homes in Pacific Palisades ha

Frank McDonough to Speak on Water-Saving Strategies with Pacific Palisades Garden Club

The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will meet at 7:30 on Monday, June 5 at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club, 901 Haver
Tallula’s main dining room, with kitchen in the background.
Photo: Rick Poon

Tallula’s Opens in Santa Monica Canyon

By Jessie Levine Special to the Palisades News The Westside L.A. dining scene has been enriched by the Rustic Canyon Fam
Thomas Neenan

Franz Joseph Haydn’s ‘Creation’ Will Be Played at St. Matthew’s Church in the Palisades

St. Matthew’s Music Guild will conclude its 32nd season at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 2 with a performance of Franz Jos
Emil Chang and Natalie Queally (right) from the NASA Earth Observations DEVELOP program join Santa Monica Mountains Biologist Rose Dagit at Trippett Ranch in Topanga. Photo: Nina Trusso

Beetle Could Destroy Many California Tree Species

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer The native box alders in Southern California are already gone, and if a tiny beetle isn’t